Cynthia Moore is director of OMED: Educational Services reporting to Institute Diversity at Georgia Tech. As director of OMED, she provides oversight and leadership of programs and initiatives that address the academic transition, retention, and academic success for underrepresented students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).
For more than 11 years, Moore's hard work has built an impressive and successful career at Georgia Tech. She began her career in Business Services where she was responsible for administrative and financial management. Following this role, she joined OMED where she had oversight over various duties including the Tower Awards, an annual celebration for diverse students who achieved academic excellence at Tech. After taking a promotion in another department on campus, Moore returned to assume her current role as the director of OMED where she finds passion in successfully transforming today’s Georgia Tech student into tomorrow’s promising leader.
As a former member of Womenetics Academy, a leadership forum for professional women in middle management, she supports the development and career growth of women working to make it to the next level. Moore is a member of Atlanta Diversity Management Advocacy Group and Georgia Association of Colleges and Employees. She has earned certificates in diversity leadership, management development, professional management, and supervisory development.
Moore enjoyed instructing Georgia Tech’s freshmen seminar course, GT 1000, where she had the opportunity to cultivate first-year students. She also served as an adjunct professor at Saint Leo University for numerous years. Moore is a dedicated Georgia Tech employee committed to serving her student population and is passionate about professional and career growth, leadership development, and diversity.